Amy Offner (Colombia)


Amy Offner

Amy Offner (Survivor Corps in Colombia): Amy received her BA magna cum laude in history from Harvard University in 2001. As a college student, she served as an organizer of the Harvard Living Wage Campaign. She then worked as a union organizer, and an editor at Dollars & Sense magazine. At the time of her fellowship, Amy was working towards a doctorate in history at Columbia University, where she studied economic thought and social policy in the United States and Colombia during the Cold War. She also taught US and Latin American history, and has written popular and academic articles on labor in the United States.



22 Aug

News from the Vice President’s Office

Over the last two weeks, Survivor Corps and DISNNET have published the first two weekly

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Posted Aug 22, 2008

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31 Jul

Coordination

At a recent meeting of disability rights organizations, one participant expressed her amazement at the

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Posted Jul 31, 2008

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16 Jul

International Day of Persons With Disabilities

The United Nations has declared December 3 International Day of Persons With Disabilities. Here in

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Posted Jul 16, 2008

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23 Jun

Partners

I’ve been getting to know the network of disability rights organizations that Survivor Corps is

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Posted Jun 23, 2008

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12 Jun

Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

I arrived in Bogotá last week and have gotten a speedy introduction to Survivor Corps.

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Posted Jun 12, 2008

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21 May

Ways of Approaching Violence

Colombia is often depicted as an incomprehensibly frightening place. It is indeed a dangerous place

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Posted May 21, 2008

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